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TIARAS OF THE ROMANOVS
The Kochli Sapphire Tiara (Parure)

This unique tiara belonged to Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, created in 1894 by the jeweller Kochli, an official court jewellery maker. Called upon by Alexander III and his wife Marie Feodorovna, Kochli created the sapphire and diamond parure for the Tsar’s future daughter in law, the then Alix of Hesse.

The tiara is made of 16 sapphires in a diamond surround; the piece is centered around the five largest oval sapphires, each of which is topped by diamonds. Underneath, a structure of swirling diamond scrolls knot together, studded with additional sapphires. The design theme continues throughout the rest of the parure, which included a brooch, necklace, and bracelet. 

It remained in the collection of Alexandra Feodorovna through her years as tsarina, but like the rest of her jewels, it ended up in the hands of the Bolsheviks, and was featured in the Bolshevik’s catalogue of 1925. It, like many others, has since been lost. [x]

bulletproofjewels:

TIARAS OF THE ROMANOVS
The Kochli Sapphire Tiara (Parure)

This unique tiara belonged to Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, created in 1894 by the jeweller Kochli, an official court jewellery maker. Called upon by Alexander III and his wife Marie Feodorovna, Kochli created the sapphire and diamond parure for the Tsar’s future daughter in law, the then Alix of Hesse.

The tiara is made of 16 sapphires in a diamond surround; the piece is centered around the five largest oval sapphires, each of which is topped by diamonds. Underneath, a structure of swirling diamond scrolls knot together, studded with additional sapphires. The design theme continues throughout the rest of the parure, which included a brooch, necklace, and bracelet. 

It remained in the collection of Alexandra Feodorovna through her years as tsarina, but like the rest of her jewels, it ended up in the hands of the Bolsheviks, and was featured in the Bolshevik’s catalogue of 1925. It, like many others, has since been lost. [x]